Addressing Common Concerns with Security Cameras in Lawn Care

April 17, 2024 | General | Kylie Kelty

The Farison Lawn
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Welcome to our latest blog post, where we tackle some of the most common concerns and misconceptions regarding security cameras and how they capture our lawn care service in action. Our aim is to enhance trust and understanding between our team and you, our valued customers, especially as we transition into the season of spraying non-visible products.

The Doorbell Camera Dilemma

Many of us rely on doorbell cameras for a sense of security and to monitor our homes’ surroundings. However, when it comes to capturing the full scope of lawn care services, these cameras may not always provide a complete picture. Their limited field of view can sometimes miss the actions of our technicians, especially around the sides or back of your property. It’s crucial to understand these limitations and not solely rely on this footage to assess the service provided.

Around the House: What You Might Not See

Similar to doorbell cameras, other security cameras placed around the house have their own set of limitations. They may not capture our technician in action due to their positioning or specific areas they cover. Furthermore, motion-triggered cameras might not always activate for our technicians. This is often because the motion sensors are calibrated to detect more pronounced movement to avoid constant alerts from small animals or passing cars. Our team performs quality checks to ensure that every part of your lawn has been properly treated, even if not all actions are caught on camera.

Dispelling Misconceptions: The Half-Treated Backyard

A common misconception arises from footage showing our technicians treating only parts of a yard. This usually leads to concerns that only half of the backyard has been serviced. To address this, it’s important to understand the equipment we use, like the chest spreader, and its effectiveness. The spreader is designed to distribute lawn care products evenly and efficiently, covering wide areas with each pass. What might seem like an untreated section is actually part of a methodical process that ensures complete coverage. Security camera footage can be deceiving, as it doesn’t capture the full bandwidth of the spreader’s reach or the pattern our technicians follow to cover every inch of your lawn.

The Waiting Game: Why Patience is Key

When it comes to non-visible liquid products, seeing is not always believing. Unlike granular treatments that are immediately visible, liquid applications need time to be absorbed and take effect. It’s understandable to be anxious when you can’t see the product, but rest assured, our team conducts thorough quality checks. This includes a follow-up visit to observe the effects, such as weeds shriveling up, which might take up to a week to become apparent. Providing this information through our blog and videos aims to bridge the gap between expectation and reality, fostering trust in our process.

Building Trust Through Transparency

Our goal is to maintain an open line of communication with our customers, especially when dealing with the intricacies of lawn care services and the limitations of home security cameras. By sharing detailed insights into our methods and the technology we use, we hope to dispel any misconceptions and reinforce your confidence in our service.

For a closer look at how we ensure your lawn gets the care it needs, check out our video demonstration linked here. This visual guide complements the information shared in this blog, providing you with a clearer understanding of our commitment to quality lawn care.

Remember, our team is always here to address any concerns or questions you may have. We believe that informed customers are happy customers, and we’re dedicated to providing you with the best service possible, camera footage notwithstanding.

Thank you for entrusting us with the care of your lawn. Together, we can keep it looking its best, season after season.

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